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High School Sports

  • BC’s Humphrey to play basketball at Spalding

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Making the most of an open gym try-out late in the spring, Bullitt Central senior Zack Humphrey earned an invitation to join the program at Spalding University.

    As Humphrey recalled, it didn’t take much selling from Golden Eagle head coach Kevin Gray to get Humphrey to stay close to home for his college basketball.

    Of course, Humphrey didn’t mention to Gray that he was planning at attending the Louisville-area college if basketball was involved or not.

  • Coaching moves affect number of fall football foes

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – While Bullitt County had no major football coaching changes this season, and hasn’t for a number of years, some of this fall’s opponents had major changes at the top of their programs.

  • North Bullitt’s Logan Wyatt pledges to Louisville for 2016

     HEBRON ESTATES – On Wednesday, power-hitting North Bullitt third baseman Logan Wyatt tweeted out that he had committed to the University of Louisville and head coach Dan McDonnell.

    The announcement was confirmed by Eagle baseball coach Brian Wise the next day who said that the decision was an easy one for Wyatt who grew up a fan of the Cardinals. It was also a quick decision by Wyatt who had only visited with McDonnell the previous day. It was also his first official visit.

  • Next softball stop for Price is at Western Ky.

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – If it worked out once, then try it again.

    That was the thinking of former Bullitt East softball standout Taylor Price as she returned to the Media Center at her former school to sign her second paperwork to continue playing her sport in college.

    In late May, Price signed to play her final two years in college for the Western Kentucky Lady Hilltoppers.

  • Donaldson sticks with bowling

     HEBRON ESTATES – North Bullitt senior Courtney Donaldson says that she always knew what she was going to do after graduating from high school.

         That dream is still alive as Donaldson will join the bowling program at Spalding University in Louisville starting in the fall.

  • Ranschaert always had Spalding

    HEBRON ESTATES – For North Bullitt senior Kayla Ranschaert, the decision on a college future was one she made in the summer before her final year of high school.

         Still, it wasn’t until this May that Ranschaert had her official ceremony to announce that she would be attending school and bowling at Spalding University in Louisville.

  • NB’s Stinson heads to Kentucky State baseball

     HEBRON ESTATES – It turned out to be a great spring for North Bullitt senior baseball player Justin Stinson.

    Even before helping the Eagles win the school’s first regional baseball title and then advancing to the semi-finals of the Kentucky State Tournament, Stinson signed to play his favorite sport at NCAA Division II Kentucky State University.

  • BE's Pfister to continue hoops at Midway

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – After playing in 124 games for the Bullitt East Lady Chargers, senior forward Courtney Pfister decided that her future basketball prospects were best suited for Midway College in central Kentucky.

         Late in the spring, Pfister made it all official, signing with the NAIA Division II school in a ceremony in the Bullitt East Media Center. Pfister signed in front of her teammates, parents, friends and coaches.

  • BC’s McConahay signs with Kentucky Christian

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – Bullitt Central senior Brett McConahay will be the first to admit that he had never heard of Kentucky Christian University when his high school football season ended with the Cougars last fall.

    He now knows a lot about the Knights this spring after signing to play football for the next four seasons at the small college in Grayson, Kentucky. The campus is located roughly 15 miles east of Ashland and right off I-64.

  • Eagles’ Exton taking fast ball to Spalding

     HEBRON ESTATES – North Bullitt senior Josh Exton has enjoyed his time being an Eagle, both playing football and baseball.

    So, he decided to stay an Eagle, agreeing to a promotion to a Golden Eagle as he will be playing baseball starting in the fall at Spalding University in Louisville.

    Deciding on a college was just part of the process for Exton. First, he had to decide which sport he wanted to play at the next level. He admitted to preferring football, but he came to the realization that his talents were better suited for baseball.